From mock Soviet Bunkers to humongous inflatable unicorns, there are many unique theme parks around the world.
Here are five of the craziest theme park you won’t want to miss:
1.) Soviet Bunker Museum in Lithuania
Despite the Soviet Union falling in 1991, visitors can still get a sense of a Soviet-style bunker. The Lithuanian Soviet Bunker Museum creates a survival drama complete with fake doctors and even getting interrogated by fake KGB agents.
2.) Dwarf Empire in China
China has a theme park dedicated to short people from two to four feet tall. Dwarfs entertain the crowd by putting on a wide variety of performances including singing and dancing skits. Approximately 800 to 1000 dwarfs are recruited around China, according to Atlas Obscura.
3.) Yugoland in Serbia
Modern-day Serbia previously opened up a Yugoslavia theme park dedicated to those who miss the Communist rule in the Balkans. However, perhaps somewhat ironically, the Yugoslavia-themed park closed in 2012 due to financial difficulties, according to the Balkan Insight. (RELATED: The Hidden Gems Of The Restaurant Scene You Might Not Have Heard Of [VIDEO])
4.) English Village in South Korea
One thing you probably wouldn’t expect to find at the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) is a theme park dedicated to Great Britain in South Korea. The theme park, which also boasts an English school, features a mock British village, including a fake Stonehenge.
5.) Inflatable Island in Indonesia
Indonesia boasts a truly unique unicorn theme park called Unicorn Island that features a wide variety of fun water attractions for tourists. The entire theme park is decked out in nice pastel colors to complement the fantasy-themed beach vibe.
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